peakless


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peakless

(ˈpiːklɪs)
adj
having no peak, without a peak
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Alpetragius is a peakless, smooth-walled, 40-km-wide crater that might once have looked like Aristarchus.
There was little other difference in appearance; he wore the same peasant clothing, the only military emblems being his round peakless cap with the Yugoslav double eagle and the German automatic pistol in his belt; he wore the same beard, the symbol of sorrow and resistance, which concealed much of his face and his age.
5 Intermediate-acting (Basal) (7-8) Neutral protamine Hagedorn Human 1-2 4-12 Long-acting (Basal) (7-18) Degludec U-100, U-200 Analog 1-2 Relatively peakless Detemir Analog 1-2 Relatively peakless Glargine U-100 Analog 1-2 Relatively peakless Glargine U-300 Analog 6 Relatively peakless Time of Action (h) Generic Name Duration Rapid-acting (Prandial) (1-4) Aspart 3-5 Glulisine 3-5 Lispro U-100, U-200 3-6 Regular, powder, metered 2.
odd) thread is layered in terms of pattern avoidance, and we give a constructive bijection between the set of permutations of length n which are both even threads and odd threads and the set of peakless Motzkin paths of length n + 1.